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... at all with seemingly no one bothered to see us! We decided to go to the nearby McDonalds and look for accommodation on the wi-fi...which unfortunately didn't work. Running out of options and no idea where to stay on the island, Vicky took it upon herself to ask a few Australian guys who it turned out were staying in Pantai Cenang by Cenang Beach for $30 a night. Whilst the price didn't sound too appealing we looked at a map and it seemed the best location so we ...
... to the next dive site. After 15 minutes the storm had arrived, the heavens opened, the rain started and the sea got pretty rough, Making it almost impossible to eat lunch due to us sliding all over the place. The next dive was pretty impressive with some really beautiful, colourful corals and better visibility than the first dive. The weather hadn't improved and conditions on the surface was still pretty bad so they made the decision to call off our final ...
... in duty free shops all over the place. From our very quick look at the town here from the taxi I think I am going to like being here. It looks like an upmarket, cleaner version of Kota Kinabalu. The main strip has heaps of restaurants - Malay, Thai, Chinese and Indian, reflecting the cultural make up of the island. Looking forward to going to the beach ...
... was dangled provocatively. All the adults feel a little happier when the lid was closed and we see the coat hanger back in place.
It is only threat of removal of all screen and lolly privileges that we get the kids out of there and down to the ferry terminal to buy our tickets for the three hour journey to Langkawi.
We were last in Langkawi in January 2006 when Kier was just a chubby 8 weeks old. This gives us pause to reflect on the years ...
... by this point; some good stories and tips were shared.
The highlight of the trip that i was looking forward to the most was the Eagle feeding:
Huge birds swooping down in the dozens for the meat our boat driver threw out for them; majestic in flight, and quick with the snatch. I'm a little bit of geek when it comes to birds of prey, I just think they're class.
We then headed to an island, much ...